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P11D Working Sheet 6

Mileage allowance payments 2017 to 2018


Note to employer
If you use this form to calculate a taxable amount in relation to
Do not use this form if the benefit(s) are provided under an optional mileage payments you must also fill in a form ‘P11D’ unless you
remuneration arrangement. See appendix 12 in booklet ‘480’ for have taxed these expenses or benefits through your payroll.
guidance on how to determine the relevant amount to be treated
as earnings. You are advised to keep a copy of each completed working sheet as
it could help you to deal with enquiries. You do not have to give a
You do not have to use this form but you may find it a useful way to copy of the completed working sheet to the director or employee,
calculate the taxable amount to be reported on form ‘P11D’ where or to your HM Revenue and Customs office.The term employee
you paid mileage allowances to a director, or an employee, using his is used to cover both directors and employees throughout the
or her own vehicle for business travel during the year 2017 to 2018 rest of this form.
(that is 6 April 2017 to 5 April 2018).
Payroll mileage allowance payments and passenger payments in
Read the ‘P11D Guide’ and the section on taxation of mileage future tax years to avoid completing P11D’s. For more information,
expense payments within booklet ‘CWG2’. go to www.gov.uk/guidance/paying-your-employees-expenses-and-
benefits-through-your-payroll

Employer details Employee details


Employer name Employee name

Surname

Employer PAYE reference First name(s)

Works number or department National Insurance number

The calculation on this Working Sheet applies only to amounts actually paid to the employee in respect of the expenses of business
travel. Amounts paid to the employee for more general purposes should normally have tax deducted at source. Items that are not
payments to the employee should be reported in the relevant box of form ‘P11D’.
1 Mileage allowance payments made to employee
Mileage allowance payments made to employee in 2017 to 2018 A £
Include total amounts paid to employee

Minus
Any amounts from which tax has been deducted B £

Net mileage allowance paid (A minus B) = C £

2 Vehicle used

Car or van Motorcycle Cycle


Kind of vehicle
(tick one box only)

You need to use separate working sheets if the employee used more than one kind of vehicle above.
If the employee used more than one vehicle of the same kind, the calculation is the same as if the
employee had only used one vehicle and you only need to complete one working sheet.

Total business miles travelled by the employee in 2017 to 2018


Include all miles travelled in the kind of vehicle above that counted as business
miles for tax purposes, even if these were not miles that you reimburse under your
mileage payments scheme D

3 Table of mileage rates

1 2
Vehicle used First 10,000 business miles in Each mile over 10,000 miles in
2017 to 2018 2017 to 2018

Cars and Vans 45p 25p


Motorcycles 24p 24p
Cycles 20p 20p

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4 Approved Mileage Allowance Payments (AMAPs)

Mileage rates for the kind of vehicle used


Use the appropriate rates as shown in the table
at section 3 on page 1. Enter the rate for the 1 2
first 10,000 business miles in box 1 and the rate
for each business mile over 10,000 miles in box 2 p p

First 10,000 business miles


If box D is more than 10,000 enter 10,000 in
box E, otherwise enter the figure from box D E x box 1 = F £

Balance of business miles


If box D is more than 10,000 enter the excess
over 10,000 in box G, otherwise leave blank G x box 2 = H £

Total Approved Mileage Allowance Payments


The maximum amount that can count as tax-free approved mileage
allowance payments for the kind of vehicle identified in section 2 (F + H) = J £

Compare the amounts in box C and box J

• if the total at box J is the same as the amount at box C, the whole amount at box C is tax-free.
Enter 0 (zero) in box K in section 5

• if the total at box J is more than the amount at box C, the whole amount at box C is tax-free.
Enter 0 (zero) in box K in section 5 - your employee may be able to get tax relief on the difference

• if the total at box J is less than the amount at box C, enter the excess (box C minus box J)
in box K in section 5

5 The taxable amount

Taxable payments from section 4 K £


plus

The amount at box K (where more than zero) is the excess over the tax-free amounts for 2017 to 2018. Enter this amount
in Section E, box 12 on form ‘P11D’. If the amount at box K is zero you do not need to report this on form ‘P11D’.

If you paid the employee mileage allowances for more than one kind of vehicle during 2017 to 2018 and have completed
more than one working sheet, add together the amounts at box K on each working sheet and enter the total in Section E,
box 12 on form ‘P11D’. If the total of the amounts at K is zero you do not need to report this on form ‘P11D’.